Supergirl (2011 Series) Collected Editions

Supergirl Vol. 1: Last Daughter of Krypton

Published Oct 2012

Collects Supergirl #1-7

After crash-landing on Earth, Kara Zor-El of Krypton awakens with no knowledge of where she is or how she came to be there. Surrounded by hostile strangers speaking in an alien language, Kara is utterly lost and cut off from everyone she’s ever known. Or is she? A man wearing her family’s insignia appears, impossibly claiming to be her infant cousin Kal-El — the very baby she’d held in her arms just a few days ago…

Written by Michael Green & Mike Johnson. Art by Mahmud Asrar.

Supergirl Vol. 2: Girl in the World

Published July 2013

Collects Supergirl #0, #8-12

Kara is befriended by an Irish punk rocker named Siobhan—who can mysteriously speak Kryptonian—and she’s getting more than a best friend out of the deal. She’s also getting a new ally and an introduction to the strangest enemy she’s ever faced—the supernatural Black Banshee. But what is Siobhan’s link to this new, immortal threat?

Written by Michael Green and Mike Johnson. Art by Mahmud Asrar, George Pérez.

Supergirl Vol. 3: Sanctuary

Published Feb 2014

Collects Supergirl #13-20

All Kara Zor-El wants is a place to call home. The only other Kryptonian on Earth—her cousin, Superman—has gone native, and nothing about this strange planet is comforting or familiar to her. But then, Kara is given two amazing gifts. The first is a new home of her home: Sanctuary, a crystal palace at the bottom of the ocean, designed by her father to be a piece of Krypton here on Earth. The second is the arrival of H’el, a stranger Kryptonian traveler who claims he can save Krypton from destruction and quickly wins Kara’s trust…and perhaps even her heart. Fortunately, on this world there are (kind of) two of her! When Supergirl meets Power Girl, what kinds of sparks will fly?

Written by Mike Johnson. Art by Mahmud Asrar, Sami Basri, others.

Supergirl Vol. 4: Out of the Past

Published July 2014

Collects Supergirl #21-25, Superman #25 and Action Comics #23.1

Dying from Kryptonite poisoning, Kara finds herself on a strange alien world where anything she imagines can become real…even the return of Krypton! But to attain such happiness requires a great sacrifice. And if Kara isn’t willing to make that sacrifice, there’s someone standing by to ensure that she does. His name is the Cyborg Superman. His secret would destroy Kara if she found out. And his only goal is to make sure that Supergirl never returns to Earth alive!

Written by Michael Alan Nelson, Scott Lobdell, Justin Jordan. Art by Diogenes Neves, Mike Hawthorne, Kenneth Rocafort, others.

Supergirl Vol. 5: Red Daughter of Krypton

Published Jan 2015

Collects Supergirl #26-33, Green Lantern #28, Red Lanterns #28-29

She’s done with people pushing her around, taking advantage of her and betraying her. She’s done feeling helpless, lost and discarded. She’s done with hope, faith and acceptance. Now, all that’s left is rage. And she’ll burn the universe down before she lets another person tell her who she should be. Supergirl’s journey as a Red Lantern begins here.

Written by Tony Bedard, Charles Soule, Robert Venditti; Art by Emanuela Lupacchino, Diogenes Neves, Yildiray Cinar, Ben Caldwell, and others.

Supergirl Vol. 6: Crucible

Published July 2015

Collects Supergirl #34-40 and Supergirl: Futures End #1

She’s the Last Daughter of Krypton and one of Earth’s greatest heroes, but for Kara Zor-El, being Supergirl means feeling like she’s got no place to call home. So when a deep-space school called the Crucible—an intergalactic academy that trains the universe’s most powerful beings-comes calling, Supergirl is happy to go. There, she’s no “super hero”—she’s just like everyone else.

But this strange school hides dark secrets. Just what are Kara and her new friends being trained for? And what does Crucible want with Supergirl’s clone “cousin,” Superboy? Once the truth comes out, Supergirl may not make it to graduation…

Written by Kate Perkins, Mike Johnson, Tony Bedard; Art by Emanuela Lupacchino